The Hub To Offer Sneak Peek On October 10th, Full Roll Out October 11th

The Hub has officially announced the first 10 hours of their schedule for October 10, 2010, what the channel has dubbed "Sneak Peek Sunday."

The schedule for the first two days was previously revealed in DVR settings, but this official schedule has filled in some holes that were previously there.

"During the network's launch rollout over the coming months, an ambitious slate of original series will debut on the network," according to The Hub press release, which still does not give us a definitive premiere date for the Transformers: Prime series.

Hopefully we will find out on October 4th, when The Hub schedule will be fully revealed on the website Hub World.

PRESS RELEASE

The Hub to Launch 10-10-10 with "Sneak Peek Sunday," Giving Viewers a First Look at the Network's Lineup for Kids and Their Families

Special Programming Lineup Will Offer Sampling of Original Series and U.S. Premieres

LOS ANGELES, Sep 28, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- On 10-10-10, U.S. audiences will get a first look at what The Hub, an all-new television network for kids and their families, has to offer. Debuting at 10 AM (ET), a special "Sneak Peek Sunday" will give viewers a preview of some of the new and entertaining programs they will see over the coming months. The Hub is a joint venture between Discovery Communications and Hasbro, Inc., and will be available to 60 million U.S. cable and satellite households upon launch.

During the network's first broadcast day, The Hub will give viewers a first look at the Hub Original Series "Family Game Night," "My Little Pony Friendship is Magic," and "Pound Puppies," as well as The Hub U.S. Premieres "Dennis and Gnasher," "The Twisted Whiskers Show," "Cosmic Quantum Ray," and "Deltora Quest." The schedule will be rounded out by a diverse slate of acquired animated and live-action programming.

"We're excited to give viewers a taste of what The Hub has to offer," said Margaret Loesch, President and CEO of The Hub. "With this lineup we hope to inspire, entertain, and engage kids, while also bringing families together. Sneak Peek Sunday offers a unique way to share a sampling of The Hub with our new viewers."

On October 4, viewers can log onto Hubworld.com (https://hubworld.com) to view The Hub's regular programming schedule which debuts Monday, October 11. During the network's launch rollout over the coming months, an ambitious slate of original series will debut on the network, including "Transformers Prime," "Dan Vs.," "G.I. Joe Renegades," "R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series," "The Adventures of Chuck and Friends," and "Hubworld," among others.

The "Sneak Peek Sunday" schedule includes (all times Eastern):
10:00 AM: "The Twisted Whiskers Show"
10:30 AM: "Dennis And Gnasher"
11:00 AM: "Cosmic Quantum Ray"
11:30 AM: "Atomic Betty"
12:00 PM: Hub Family Movie: Garfield
2:00 PM: "Pound Puppies"
2:30 PM: "My Little Pony Friendship is Magic"
3:00 PM: "Strawberry Shortcake Berry Bitty Adventures"
3:30 PM: "Fraggle Rock"
4:00 PM: "Cosmic Quantum Ray"
4:30 PM: "Deltora Quest"
5:00 PM: "Men In Black"
5:30 PM: "Batman Beyond"
6:00 PM: "Meerkat Manor"
6:30 PM: "The Twisted Whiskers Show"
7:00 PM: "Family Game Night"
8:00 PM: Hub Family Movie: Garfield

The Hub

The Hub, a multi-platform joint venture between Discovery Communications (NASDAQ: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) and Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS), will entertain, enlighten, empower and educate children and their families. The cable and satellite television network will feature original programming as well as content from Discovery's library of award-winning children's educational programming; from Hasbro's rich portfolio of entertainment and educational properties built during the past 90 years; and from leading third-party producers worldwide. The Hub lineup will include animated and live-action series, specials and game shows, and the network will extend its content through a robust and engaging online presence. The Hub will launch October 10, 2010 (10-10-10), reaching approximately 60 million U.S. households on what is currently Discovery Kids channel. The online home of The Hub is https://www.hubworld.com. The Hub logo and name are trademarks of Hub Television Networks, LLC. All rights reserved.

SOURCE: The Hub

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Ardenrobo - 2010-10-02 @ 1:50 am

Okay, so for you guys that are already going into the show with doubts, you really need to SLOOOOWWWW DOOOOWWWNNNN, lol. THe designs really come to life in the final renderings, there are elements of them that you honestly cant appreciate until you see them moving, relating acting, and GETTING badass in some fighting sequence. PLEASE! Try as hard as you can to erase your doubts that have been birthed by past mistakes in the TF universe (cough, cough BAYverse cough). I think you'll come to like the kids, they really dont get in the way of the story which i can appreciate, and they too look pretty cool. Ask me any question, and i'll try to answer it, PEACE!

And yes, for those of you who dont know, i do storyboards on the new series, PEACE!

Hey man, thanks for helping us with good info :P

My question, as I haven't seen anyone ask yet or the info posted anywhere, is WHEN WILL THE SHOW DEBUT ???

Do you know the date that the first episode will air ???

That's all I need to know. I always wait to give an opinion on any show until I've seen at least one episode. And are usually easier to please then most being such a big fan of animation !!!

:yay

Jason X - 2010-10-02 @ 1:02 am

Okay, so for you guys that are already going into the show with doubts, you really need to SLOOOOWWWW DOOOOWWWNNNN, lol. THe designs really come to life in the final renderings, there are elements of them that you honestly cant appreciate until you see them moving, relating acting, and GETTING badass in some fighting sequence. PLEASE! Try as hard as you can to erase your doubts that have been birthed by past mistakes in the TF universe (cough, cough BAYverse cough). I think you'll come to like the kids, they really dont get in the way of the story which i can appreciate, and they too look pretty cool. Ask me any question, and i'll try to answer it, PEACE!

And yes, for those of you who dont know, i do storyboards on the new series, PEACE!

I wondered when you were going to get involved in this thread TopNotch. I'm keeping an open mind with regards to the 'Cons. My only real issue is that it seems that almost every 'Con who used to have a different alt mode is now some sort of jet. Soundwave is an unmanned spyplane (which actually makes sense given his role on the team), Megatron's a flyer yet again, ect. Obviously since the beginning Decepticons had a superior air presence just as Autobots dominated on the ground. I just hope there's going to be more to it than that.

I guess my questions are: 1)Are we going to see a better variety of vehicle modes than we've seen so far? Maybe even something unexpected (Prowl being a motorcycle in Animated was a surprise I wound up really enjoying)? 2)Since you would have to work closely with the toy developers at Hasbro to ensure a product accurate to the show can you comment on and perhaps confirm a toy line based on Prime? I would be even better if you could tell us who would actually make it into said toy line but I'm not expecting you to give everything away. Thanks!

Haha, i guess wherever there is turmoil, i will try to respond, lol. As for your questions, VERY VALID CONCERNS, and questions. The simple answer is that there are a lot of air vehicles, and yeah, there will be more, BUT! There will also be other varieties of vehicle modes in the show as well. We also go through a process of explaining WHY they're utilizing the plane and Jet mode so frequently in order to cue into the story a bit more. I gotta say that im glad that you are keeping an opened mind, and i really hope we can deliver the goods for all of you guys, PEACE!

Appreciate it. I'm looking forward to the 10th!

TopNotchtimus Prime - 2010-10-02 @ 12:31 am

Okay, so for you guys that are already going into the show with doubts, you really need to SLOOOOWWWW DOOOOWWWNNNN, lol. THe designs really come to life in the final renderings, there are elements of them that you honestly cant appreciate until you see them moving, relating acting, and GETTING badass in some fighting sequence. PLEASE! Try as hard as you can to erase your doubts that have been birthed by past mistakes in the TF universe (cough, cough BAYverse cough). I think you'll come to like the kids, they really dont get in the way of the story which i can appreciate, and they too look pretty cool. Ask me any question, and i'll try to answer it, PEACE!

And yes, for those of you who dont know, i do storyboards on the new series, PEACE!

I wondered when you were going to get involved in this thread TopNotch. I'm keeping an open mind with regards to the 'Cons. My only real issue is that it seems that almost every 'Con who used to have a different alt mode is now some sort of jet. Soundwave is an unmanned spyplane (which actually makes sense given his role on the team), Megatron's a flyer yet again, ect. Obviously since the beginning Decepticons had a superior air presence just as Autobots dominated on the ground. I just hope there's going to be more to it than that.

I guess my questions are: 1)Are we going to see a better variety of vehicle modes than we've seen so far? Maybe even something unexpected (Prowl being a motorcycle in Animated was a surprise I wound up really enjoying)? 2)Since you would have to work closely with the toy developers at Hasbro to ensure a product accurate to the show can you comment on and perhaps confirm a toy line based on Prime? I would be even better if you could tell us who would actually make it into said toy line but I'm not expecting you to give everything away. Thanks!

Haha, i guess wherever there is turmoil, i will try to respond, lol. As for your questions, VERY VALID CONCERNS, and questions. The simple answer is that there are a lot of air vehicles, and yeah, there will be more, BUT! There will also be other varieties of vehicle modes in the show as well. We also go through a process of explaining WHY they're utilizing the plane and Jet mode so frequently in order to cue into the story a bit more. I gotta say that im glad that you are keeping an opened mind, and i really hope we can deliver the goods for all of you guys, PEACE!

Jason X - 2010-10-01 @ 11:46 pm

Okay, so for you guys that are already going into the show with doubts, you really need to SLOOOOWWWW DOOOOWWWNNNN, lol. THe designs really come to life in the final renderings, there are elements of them that you honestly cant appreciate until you see them moving, relating acting, and GETTING badass in some fighting sequence. PLEASE! Try as hard as you can to erase your doubts that have been birthed by past mistakes in the TF universe (cough, cough BAYverse cough). I think you'll come to like the kids, they really dont get in the way of the story which i can appreciate, and they too look pretty cool. Ask me any question, and i'll try to answer it, PEACE!

And yes, for those of you who dont know, i do storyboards on the new series, PEACE!

I wondered when you were going to get involved in this thread TopNotch. I'm keeping an open mind with regards to the 'Cons. My only real issue is that it seems that almost every 'Con who used to have a different alt mode is now some sort of jet. Soundwave is an unmanned spyplane (which actually makes sense given his role on the team), Megatron's a flyer yet again, ect. Obviously since the beginning Decepticons had a superior air presence just as Autobots dominated on the ground. I just hope there's going to be more to it than that.

I guess my questions are: 1)Are we going to see a better variety of vehicle modes than we've seen so far? Maybe even something unexpected (Prowl being a motorcycle in Animated was a surprise I wound up really enjoying)? 2)Since you would have to work closely with the toy developers at Hasbro to ensure a product accurate to the show can you comment on and perhaps confirm a toy line based on Prime? I would be even better if you could tell us who would actually make it into said toy line but I'm not expecting you to give everything away. Thanks!

TopNotchtimus Prime - 2010-10-01 @ 5:38 pm

Okay, so for you guys that are already going into the show with doubts, you really need to SLOOOOWWWW DOOOOWWWNNNN, lol. THe designs really come to life in the final renderings, there are elements of them that you honestly cant appreciate until you see them moving, relating acting, and GETTING badass in some fighting sequence. PLEASE! Try as hard as you can to erase your doubts that have been birthed by past mistakes in the TF universe (cough, cough BAYverse cough). I think you'll come to like the kids, they really dont get in the way of the story which i can appreciate, and they too look pretty cool. Ask me any question, and i'll try to answer it, PEACE!

And yes, for those of you who dont know, i do storyboards on the new series, PEACE!

destronger - 2010-09-30 @ 12:00 am

wow... wish i had cable or a dish.

oh well, back to watching telemundo on my tv with my antenna.

Lord_Onslaught - 2010-09-29 @ 8:43 pm

I didn't even know that Hasbro had any control over Batman Beyond. Last I knew it was owned by DC Comics

thats the same thing i thought and if they put any other DC realted Superhero shows on that would pretty cool so when i'm not watching G1 or TF Prime i could watch some Batman or Superman

Maybe a little Justice League for good measure.

TRANS-lego-MaN - 2010-09-29 @ 7:49 pm

I didn't even know that Hasbro had any control over Batman Beyond. Last I knew it was owned by DC Comics

thats the same thing i thought and if they put any other DC realted Superhero shows on that would pretty cool so when i'm not watching G1 or TF Prime i could watch some Batman or Superman
Lord_Onslaught - 2010-09-29 @ 7:00 pm

I didn't even know that Hasbro had any control over Batman Beyond. Last I knew it was owned by DC Comics

TRANS-lego-MaN - 2010-09-29 @ 11:51 am

I'm pretty surprised that they have Batman Beyond on the schedule

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